Understanding Whiplash and the Pain That Often Follows: A Podcast with David Walton

Whiplash

In this IASP RELIEF podcast, David Walton PT, PhD, an associate professor with the School of Physical Therapy at Western University, Canada, discusses the problem of whiplash, how pain from whiplash injuries is assessed and treated, and much more. Image credit: Shubhangi Kene/123RF Stock Photo.

Published November 6, 2020

David Walton PT, PhD, is an associate professor with the School of Physical Therapy at Western University, Ontario, Canada. After 10 years of clinical practice he has focused on research, strategic priorities, and advocacy, including over 100 scientific publications in the areas of post-traumatic pain and recovery, pain measurement, and health professional education, several radio and press interviews, and a co-authored book titled “Musculoskeletal Pain: Assessment, Prediction and Treatment” from Handspring Publishing. You can follow him on Twitter @uwo_dwalton, on YouTube here, or on his lab’s website here.

David Walton

David Walton

In this IASP RELIEF podcast, he discusses the problem of whiplash, how pain from whiplash injuries is assessed and treated, and much more. Take a listen below. (The podcast is also available on Spotify here and Apple Podcasts here).

Francie Moehring, PhD, is a freelance writer based in Milwaukee, US.